12 online flower delivery services that will deliver by Valentine's Day
Flowers? For Valentine’s Day? Groundbreaking.
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There’s nothing quite as romantic as looking your husband in the eyes and saying, “I want you to buy me flowers for Valentine’s Day.” That’s exactly what I did this year, and I have no regrets. Will I actually get flowers? Maybe. Will I send my husband links to every flower delivery service I can think of between now and February 14? You bet.
This year, more than ever, you're probably hunting for online alternatives to your local supermarket's flower selection. We're happy to report that after testing services like 1-800-Flowers, Bouqs, and Urban Stems, purchasing flowers on the internet is the way to go.
But how late can you order to actually get your bouquet by Valentine’s Day? Here’s the list of all the flower services we know of that should be delivered by the romantic holiday.
The massive online flower retailer not only has dozens of bouquets to choose from, but it also sells Valentine’s gifts like bears, chocolates, and gift baskets. We’re currently in the process of testing 1-800-Flowers and highly recommend purchasing bouquets on the site that will be delivered by local florists over to those that come in a gift box. Those that arrive by florist are conveniently pre-arranged and delivered in a vase, as opposed to those that come in a box, which need to be clipped, fed, and placed in a vase.
1-800-Flowers has an expansive selection of flowers, making it a great choice for those of us whose significant other have a favorite flower type. And if your partner enjoys the traditional red rose bouquet, they offer a variety of sizes and options for this flower, too.
Wait—Amazon sells flowers? Heck yeah, they do.
Amazon has an entire page dedicated to fresh cut flowers. While they have a variety of blooms to choose from—like roses, lilies, tulips, and daisies—you’ll need to carefully read the fine print to ensure the bouquet will arrive by Valentine’s Day. The prices are on par with large flower delivery services, but don’t have any hidden delivery and service fees that can turn a $50 bouquet into a $90 one.
BloomsyBox is technically a flower subscription service, so if your significant other is a huge flower fan, you could consider gifting a subscription instead of a one-time bouquet. But if you’re just searching for a one-off bouquet, good news—BloomsyBox sells those, too.
We tried BloomsyBox and loved it. Each of our deliveries were on-time, gorgeous, and lasted up to two weeks. We haven't tried its one-off deliveries yet, but if they’re anything like their subscription service, you won’t be disappointed.
Similar to BloomsyBox, you have the option of ordering Bouqs flowers as an ongoing subscription. But for Valentine’s Day, they offer an expansive array of gorgeous bouquets at competitive prices. Plus, if you opt for a monthly subscription, you can save 30% on your first bouquet. My mother just received her first bouquet from Bouqs, and her flowers were vibrant, well-packaged, and healthy—all the qualities you want from a fresh bouquet.
5. Farmgirl Flowers
Farmgirl Flowers has one of those websites that makes you dream about being a social media influencer. Every image is stunning, and while the bouquets are a little more expensive than similar sites, they’re gorgeous, and reviewers swear by this service. Many bouquets come with vases as part of the package, while others come with additional treats and goodies you can share with your significant other (or not, no shame).
6. From You Flowers
From You Flowers comes highly rated among reviewers, and it sells its highly rated bouquets on Amazon. It has a wide selection of flowers, gifts, vases—and in some cases, it can deliver flowers within four hours of ordering. Arrangements are delivered in vases with various add-ons you can join to any order, like chocolates and stuffed animals.
7. FTD Flowers
From Galentine’s Day arrangements to chocolate-dipped strawberries, FTD has nearly every corner of the Valentine’s Day gift market covered. Whether you’re looking for deals on Valentine’s Day flowers or kid-friendly Valentine’s Day gifts, FTD has dozens of options to choose from. FTD bouquets are also arranged by local florists, so they come pre-arranged and get delivered by hand, which just adds to the magical flower-receiving experience of Valentine’s Day.
If you’re shopping for luxury Valentine’s Day gift ideas, look no further than H.Bloom. Bouquets are on the more expensive side, but it’s hard to deny their beauty—each comes in a vase and features luxury arrangements created by florists and designers. The H.Bloom site even describes that, “Our designers don’t just make arrangements—they create living art.”
9. Lula’s Garden
If your S.O. isn’t quite into the traditional red-rose arrangement, consider gifting a cactus instead—no, really. Lula’s Garden is a service that delivers a variety of succulent gift boxes, and they have an assortment of Valentine’s gifts suited for those who love their plants, but may want something a little more unique and long-lasting this year.
Much like 1-800-Flowers and FTD, Teleflora has a massive amount of flowers to choose from for Valentine’s Day, whether you’re looking for a dozen roses or an assortment of carnations shaped like a heart. Their vases range from glass to pink to bow-tied plastic, and each bouquet is arranged by a local florist and will be hand-delivered on the desired date.
11. Urban Stems
We are currently testing Urban Stems and have had a good experience thus far. The flowers are arranged in-house and sourced from local farms, so they arrive pre-arranged in cardboard boxes. Vases can be ordered along with bouquets, but they’re delivered separately. There are no hidden fees when ordering—always a huge plus—and the site has a wide array of Valentine’s Day-themed bouquets to choose from.
12. Venus et Fleur
Speaking of luxury flowers, if you’re looking to splurge this Valentine’s Day, check out Venus et Fleur. Arrangements can cost anywhere from $300 to a whopping $1,200, depending on the selection. They also have additional gifts to choose from, including candles, mini-flowers, and roses encased in glass boxes.
Prices were accurate at the time this article was published but may change over time.